I mean, I just wanted to know…
Samsung and Jay-Z have teamed up to giveaway Jay-Z’s new album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” if you own the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy S 4 and the Galaxy Note II. If you have one of these phones you can download an app of the Google Play Store. You have to be the first million to download the album on July 4 at 12:01, 72 hours before it official goes out!! That’s very exciting!
Only if I had a phone!!
- Jay-Z Announces Magna Carta Holy Grail (rapradar.com)
- Jay-Z new album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” free for some Samsung Galaxy users (video) (androidauthority.com)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 joy with free Jay Z Magna Carta Holy Grail (product-reviews.net)
- Jay-Z debuts new album with Samsung’s help; 1M Galaxy owners get it free (venturebeat.com)
- Samsung and Jay-Z hook up; 1 million Galaxy owners will get to download the new album for free (phonearena.com)
- Samsung and Jay-Z Announced “Magna Carta Holy Grail” Album Launch Info (freshnessmag.com)
Youtube is now charging 99¢ (£0.64) a month to have a channel on their site. At least, I think. JK
It’s reported that you will have a 14 day trial then you’ll get charged.
At my point of view this is outrageous! But, I have absolute to say. But anyway,-
Since YT is owned by Google (FYI I did not know this!) I’m guessing they want more $.
The nerve of Youtube to post this on it’s blog “It is just the beginning” (WOW!)
“We’ll be rolling paid channels out more broadly in the coming weeks as a self-service feature for qualifying partners. And as new channels appear, we’ll be making sure you can discover them.” (The nerve I tell you, the nerve!)
Also, Sorry I’ve been busy lately with school and stuff so I’ll try my best to blog way more offend.
- You’ll Have to Pay for Some YouTube Videos from Now On (news.softpedia.com)
- YouTube paid subscriptions confirmed for select channels (slashgear.com)
- YouTube Channels You Have to Pay for Are Here (gizmodo.co.uk)
- YouTube paid subscriptions now live, starting at 99 cents per month (phonearena.com)
- YouTube launches pilot program for subscription based channels, broader rollout in coming weeks, starts at $0.99/month, 14 day trials (9to5google.com)
- YouTube launches paid subscription service (fox4kc.com)